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    Phrasal verbs

    Hallo, I would like to know if 'break of' and 'break over' are phrasal verbs. In the case they are not grammatically what are they?

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    Re: Phrasal verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hallo, I would like to know if 'break of' and 'break over' are phrasal verbs. In the case they are not grammatically what are they?

    'To break off' (not of) is a phrasal verb. 'Break over' is not, it doesn't exist in English.

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